News and Events
KSU Welcomes Back a Familiar Face to Lead the Bakery Science and Management Program
Bringing a wealth of academic and industry experience, Rebecca Miller has been named the new assistant professor of bakery science and management within the Department of Grain Science and Industry at K-State.

Miller will be teaching undergraduate courses such as Baking Science I and II as well as Flour Dough Testing. In addition to her classroom responsibilities, she will also manage the labs and distance education versions of these course offerings.


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U.S. Wheat Associates Sub-Saharan Region Flour Milling Course
The milling team had a busy few weeks hosting the U.S. Wheat Associates Sub-Saharan Region Flour Milling course participants with the IGP Institute.

The short course included many field trips, including touring the Boulevard Brewery in Kansas City, Missouri. Participants also toured the General Mills plant and the USDA-FGIS National Grain Center while on this trip.

Check out the full course overview video here.
Grain Science Friends and Alumni Golf Tournament - Save the Date!
The event will take place on Friday, September 28 at the Stagg Hill Golf Club. The tournament is hosted by the Bakery Science Club and all proceeds will be used for equipment updates in the baking labs.

The tournament fee ($100/person) includes a cart, greens fees and dinner catered by Blue Hills Catering. There will be golf games on the course and an auction after dinner.

To register for the tournament or request more information, contact Jason Watt at jwatt1@ksu.edu.
Special Thanks To...
We would like to send our many thanks to our industry supporters that donated grain for our milling operations at Hal Ross this past school year:

  • ADM
  • General Mills
  • Grain Craft 
  • Miller Milling
  • Star of the West Milling Company
  • U.S. Durum Milling - Italgrani U.S.A.
  • Iowa Corn Processors
  • Mid Kansas Cooperative
  • Team Marketing Allliance Grain.


 We sincerely appreciate all that you do for our students!
www.grains.ksu.edu.